If you have been following me my posts for a while and savouring my every word then you will be aware that I am fan of game music and you probably should seek some sort of professional help. Today’s confession is on game music, don’t worry I’m not resorting to clip shows or repeats at least not yet, this is more of an addendum to the early post. For those who are interested you can find my first post here
Since writing the last confession on game music, I have discovered a whole new genre of music. I knew of Anamanaguchi but I thought they were unique. I couldn’t have been more wrong. There is a plethora of musicians using 8bit sound, which brings me to the title of this article.
Chip in Japan is a charity collection of over 100 tracks which is available here.
To get it, all you need to do is make a donation of any amount via the website.
All the money raised will be given to the Red Cross. If you even have the slightest interest in chip music here is a chance to get a massive selection and do a good deed at the same time. I urge each and every reader of Platform Nation to donate today.